Research Degree Student
Christopher joined LSHTM in 2015 having previously completed his MSc in Medical Statistics at the school. Before joining for his PhD, he worked as a Biostatistician in both academia and industry on a range of therapeutic areas, predominantly focusing on clinical trials.
He teaches on a several courses including Introduction to Statistical Computing, Statistics for Epidemiology and Population Health (STEPH). He runs the Introduction to Stata Programming for PhD students and is also involved with R programming for PhD Students.
His PhD is on Spatial Analysis of Cluster Randomised trials which is funded by the MRC Methodology Hub. Christopher's research interests include Spatial analysis with particular focus on Data Visualisation and Bayesian Modelling.
Additionally he is interested in the development of Data Science as a discipline and the benefit that interdisciplinary work between analysts from a range of backgrounds can bring.